Students of GMIT create knowledge, skills and value from Mineral Resources

Nalaikh (GMIT Campus), 08.06.2019 The "Industry Research Report", organized annually by Oyu Tolgoi LLC and Khanbogd sum of Umnugobi province, is aimed to support students' learning and development opportunities and to share their knowledge and experience.

          9 School Teams of Mechanical Transportation School of the Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Geology and Mining University, and German-Mongolian Institute for Resources and Technology (GMIT) participated and presented their Industrial Research report.

            Mechanical Engineering Professor N.Odbileg, Electrical Engineering Professor P.Ariunbolor and Mechanical Engineering teacher Ch.Munkhjargal supervised Mechanical Engineering 4th year student of N.Turtsetseg, B.Zolboo and Process Engineering 3rd year student N.Olziikhuu.

          At the event, head of the Citizens' Representative Meeting of Umnugobi province J.Zanabazar, Specialist of Higher Education Policy Department of the Ministry of education, culture, science and sport /MECSS/ O.Yanjmaa, General Director of Organizational Structure of Oyu Tolgoi LLC Laura Thomas and B. Amartuvshin, Director of “New era” International School gave a speech to participants and students.

          Annually organizing “Industrial Research Report" gives an opportunity to validate their theoretical knowledge on real work and research for students who have been majoring in this field. Some of the teachers said that in the future, this kind of support was important because of the active participation of current students in the mining industry.

       "Oyu Tolgoi" LLC is continuously organizing many activities supporting young people such as the Foreign Scholarship Program, Student Internship Program, Domestic Scholarship Program, New Graduate Program and the Youth Development Program. During this event, four students were received the scholarship. The company has involved over three thousand scholarships from 2010, covering over 1,500 young people in the Program for Youth and Development.